Hot Spring

Science / Geology / Hot Spring: A spring whose waters are above both human body and soil temperature as a result of plutonism at depth.
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Hot Noun Synonyms: fiery, white-hot, red-hot, piping hot, burning, blistering, scorching, roasting, frying, sizzling, searing, boiling, scalding, steaming, simmering, torrid, sweltering, sultry, heated
Hot Adjective Synonyms: intense, fervent, zealous, ardent, enthusiastic, passionate, fervid, vehement, excited, animated, impetuous, fiery, fierce, inflamed, sharp, violent

Other Words for Spring

Spring Verb Synonyms: start or begin or experience or cause to occur or appear or happen suddenly or unexpectedly, broach, pop, introduce or divulge or reveal or disclose suddenly or unexpectedly
Spring Noun Synonyms: leap, bound, jump, hop, vault, dart, fly, bounce


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Point-Of-View Shot

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Photosynthetic Rate

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